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this morning on 11 news, a community bans together to help a high school student shot on the first day of school. a police officer and a suspect get into a gun battle, exchanging gun fire. and the campaign trail is heating up. where the candidates spent the weekend. that's in commitment 2012. a pillar of the community for 60 years will head to the celebration for reverend marcus wood. 11 news sunday morning starts right now. >> good morning and welcome to 11 news sunday morning. i'm jennifer franciotti. what a beautiful sky this morning.
>> yeah. nice, clear conditions. better than the rain that we saw in the early evening hours. >> it came down fast. >> i know. but behind that front we have some cooler air now. that makes for great football weather for the ravens tonight. i think we're going to have temperatures in the 50s, so that should be great. take a look at hd doppler now. we're pretty clear. >> that's good. they just need to bundle up tonight. >> you can see the remnants of the showers that moved through the greater baltimore area last night. they're just moving out into the atlantic ocean. couple showers around ocean city. should be a great day. current conditions out at the airport, it is 54 degrees. dewpoint relatively low at 45, humidly 72%. winds out of the west/northwest at five miles per hour. barometer holding steady at 30.30. and down at the inner harbor, they're looking at about 60 degrees under clear skies.
we're clear for the next several days and cool. tell you all about it in the weather plus forecast coming up. our big story this morning is a follow-up to the perry hall high school shooting that happened on the first day of school. daniel bowery is now out of the hospital and yesterday at a fund-raiser for his family to pay for his medical bill, daniel showed up and showed signs of recovery. we have more. >> a thumbs up from daniel bowery in his first outing since leaving the hospital. the 17-year-old, who was the only student hit during a school shooting at perry hall high last month was cleared by doctors to attend a fund-raiser for his family on the bay saturday. >> anybody else would whine and complain and why me and this, that, everything el. all daniel's done is just -- i just want to be who i was, doing
what i was doing. he's just, you know, done everything he needed to do to get to that point. >> daniel, who has down syndrome, was shot ton side of his torso. he's going through home based rehab to treat his wounds twice a day. his parents are not sure when he'll return to school. >> to talk to the doctors, it's nothing short of amazing. they'll tell you. dr. o'connor at the university of maryland will tell you it's nothing short of amazing what he's going through, what he's done and where he is. there's no way he's supposed to be where he is today. >> dozens of boaters dropped anchor in e sex to show their support and help the family pay what they expect to be hefty hospital bills. most of these people don't know the family but they know how horrible it is for a teenager to be randomly shot in the lunch room on the first day of school. >> it's heart wrenching because you think about how many people you know that have children in school. it could have been one of your family members, your very close friends. i mean, it just shouldn't
happen. >> this report for daniel has been incredible. i could never say the words that i need to say to express my thanks for that. >> daniel's parents say they don't talk or even think about the alleged shooter, but only focus is getting their son back to 100% health. in the news room, wbal tv 11 news. in carol county, officials say speed may have been a factor in a crash that killed someone in eldersburg. it happened on saturday afternoon around 1:15. and the car on tiny ridge parkway drove into the intersection of johnsonville road and hit a jeep. the jeep's driver has been identified as leaf oritor. that driver was ejected. he died at the hospital. the driver of the honda suffered nonlife threatening injuries. police say charges are pending at the outcome of this investigation. meanwhile in east baltimore a suspect is on the run after a police officer said he walked in on him shooting another man. this happened on friday night
around midnight in the 2200 block of jefferson street. we're told shots were exchanged between the officer and the suspect after the suspect refused to drop his weapon. the officer wasn't hurt. the shooter escaped in a silver colored car. the victim is a 30-year-old man. he's listed now in critical condition. hard to believe but the race to the white house is down to the 44 day mark. the next several weeks will really not be easy or cheap for either of the two presidential candidates. president obama and candidate mitt romney are both spending the weekend at fund-raisers. they're picking up the cash that they need to get their message out. brian moore has that story. >> at a fund-raiser, the president told a story about some parents surprised to learn their 4-year-old knew barack obama from his tv ads. >> they said, so what does barack obama do?
and sammy, the young boy, he thinks for a second. he said, he approves this message. >> and there will be a lot more of those messages as the race for the white house heads into the final 45 days. both the president and mitt romney were in fund-raising mode, gathering the cash they'll need for the home stretch. a day for romney released more tax income, the president wouldn't help taking a poke. >> i want to keep your taxes low. but i can afford to pay a little more. mitt romney can afford to pay more. >> in san diego, romney got in a dig of his own. >> he's increased the number of food stamps by 15 million. that's more than the population of ohio, a randomly selected state. >> ohio is just one of the battlegrounds each candidate will be visiting a lot in the next few weeks, on the ground and over the air, in a lot more of those tv ads.
brian w moore, wbal tv news. >> early voting under way across the country. the right to vote must be protected. michelle obama told leaders in washington that they owe it to those who fought and died for equal rights in the 1960s to make sure that every voter can freely cast a ballot. her comments at the annual awards banquet for the congressional black caucus come amidst a push to tax laws requiring voters to show id at the polls. >> i know that we can carry on that legacy. i know that we can meet our obligation to continue that struggle. and i know we can finish the journey we started and fulfill the promise f o'our democracy for all our children. >> comparing to it the civil rights movement, mrs. obama calling voting rights the march of our time and the sit-in of our day. remember, you can get the latest
political news on our website wbal tv.com. the you'll find the most up to the minute information information. just click on politics. we do have a programming note for you. we'll have a q and a guest later on. if you have a question for the county executive send them in. e-mail your questions to sunday questions at wbal tv.com. a celebration on saturday for a baltimore city church leader with 50 years of service to his community. hundreds of people including mark o'malley celebrated the 60 years of leading providence baptist church on pennsylvania avenue. deborah weiner has more. >> when reverend marcus garvey wood first began preaching at providence baptist church in baltimore, gas cost just 20 cents a gallon. the year was 1952 and wood hasn't left since. >> 60 years says something.
and i think it is to be commended. not only of one man, but also the age. >> in 1992 the man who suddyed alongside martin luther king jr., who marched, sat in, demonstrated and preached countless sundays, was honored. but he did not want a lot of hoopla. >> i was happy that i lived this long. and they thought enough of me to play a celebration out of it. >> reverend wood guided parishioners during some of the most volatile times in history. >> he has blessed us all. >> reverend wood has adapted to the times, building everything from a solar heated church to a ministry. >> he has always come up with so many innovative ideas and programs and ministries. and i just think he's done a wonderful job during that time. i don't think anybody can beat
him. >> reverend wood embraced the day as a humble man who a few years back knew it was time to hand the reigns over to a co-pastor. >> and that's the way it goes. one generation leaves. another generation comes. >> deborah weiner, wbal tv 11 news. >> alongside dr. king, reverend wood was in the first class of african-american ministers accepted into the closure theological seminary. he recently received a very distinguished award. time right now 5:10 and it is 58 degrees on tv hill, 54 degrees at the airport. a major study found arsenic in rice. we're going to have the federal response to that news. also, tonight, the small screen honors its best and brightest. what to expect from the emmy awards. but first we're gonna go outside, take a live look. it is an absolutely beautiful and crisp morning. 11 news, your insta weather plus forecast will be up after that.
>> and a good morning to you. out at the airport right now. 54 degrees under clear skies. little warmer at 60. humidity relatively low. 72%. barometer 30.04 and rising. winds out of the west at five miles per hour. yesterday we saw some above average temperatures. i think those may be some of the last above average temperatures we see for a little while now. but the airport was 84 for the high. average 76, almost ten degrees below that. temperatures eight degrees above normal at 63. nowhere near the record of 99 set back in 1931. satellite and radar together from yesterday shows those line of storms as the front made its way around the area. pretty heavy rains. that stuff moved out. continues to move out at this hour.
couple spotty showers around the hampton rhodes area. current temperatures. 60 downtown. 54 at the airport. 61 in annapolis. 54 westminster. 49 degrees in hagers town. in ocean city, looking pretty nice at 64 degrees. if you're heading out and about today, mostly sunny skies. breezy though. watch out. those northwest winds. we could see gusts around 20 miles per hour. keep that in mind if you're wearing your hat out there. you don't want to lose it. current conditions right now, pretty clear over the area. most of the cloud cover is south of the area and really over the eastern shore. that stuff will continue to move out as this cold front continues to move into the atlantic ocean. pretty much the story right now is high pressure that surrounds the midwest into the mid-atlantic and portions of the south.
with that is some cool canadian air that's come down in this trough. you can really see the evidence of that if you look at some of the temperatures here. look at fargo, north carolina. 30 degrees. portions of the midwest as well 40s. 38 in cleveland, ohio. so, it is chilly out there. that air is making its way this way. for the ravens game, will be a little chilly. mostly clear and crisp as we take on the patriots and stomp the patriots, right? >> yeah! >> bring a jacket, bundle up. gonna be great football weather. your seven day looks pretty good as well. temperatures stay with us monday. 69 degrees. look at those thoughs. 47 monday. 49 tuesday. beaware of that. another system makes its way in here wednesday and thursday. not a complete washout. just enough to spoil some of your plans. looks pretty good. temperatures in the mid 70s. >> thank you. tfrjts largest retailer is
looking to add to its employees' load. how many jobs wal-mart plans to add for the holiday season and what that means for current employees. plus the ravens looking to cut down on concussions for student athletes. up next their new campaign. and the new question. was jesus marryed? what a new scholar is saying about the family life of christ. that's when we come back. here you go little man. [ humming ] [ babbling ]
we begin this morning's medical alert with a call for new standards involving arsenic in foods. this is all after a consumer reports investigation found arsenic in rice in many rice products including cereal for infants. right now it's unclear whether the amounts in rice would have any health impact. experts say high enough levels over time could lead to several times of cancer. the fda does not regulate arsenic levels in food, only in
drinking water. the agency has begun its own investigation. preliminary data shows levels as high as consumer reports. but with a wide variation from product to product, the problem begins with where rice grows. that makes it easier for it to absorb arsenic that grows in soil. parents may want to limit or eliminate giving their children canned tuna. this is from a new report from a consumer group concerned that tuna may lead to mercury poisoning in children. after testing samples from 11 states, researchers found the amount differed greatly in each can. although lite tuna had less than albacore tuna. they advise children should never eat albacore tuna and be limited to one serving of light tuna if under 55 pounds fp fda is standing by its recommendation that children can safely consume 12 ounces of light tuna or 6 ounces of
lbacore each week. cholesterol levels may drop by using the kinds of oils that you use to cook. using rice brand oil and sesame oil may help lower blood pressure. that study included 300 people with mild to moderate hypertension. also showed a drop in ldl or bad cholesterol. researchers say antioxidants found in oils may be the key. it's a big concern for parents watching their kids suit up and hit the playing field. concussions do happen on that playing field. right now the baltimore ravens are getting involved helping kids safe. sara sampson has more. >> we read about what some parents are saying. >> the baltimore ravens and their fi significants are adding their voice to the core concerned about the impact of concussions. >> it could potentially be dangerous. >> jame re l mclane and his doctor are the stars of this public service announcement.
aimed at student athletes, their coaches and parents. comes on the heels of a state law requiring more training for coaches and limiting when students can get back in the game. >> when a situation occur, you got to know how to handle it so you education yourself before that so you are aware. >> it can be boiled down to a catch phrase. >> when in doubt, sit it out. >> but the challenge comes in change agriculture of athletes and their parents so that sitting out at games doesn't mean giving up. >> we were raised where if you get ding youed go on with it. it's not only a paradigm shift for the young athlete to step out when they do have symptoms. it's a shift for those of us that are parents now. >> it's a big concern not on for student athlete bus for the nfl as well, which is changing rules to make the sport safer. the ravens are investing $125,000 in an effort to raise awareness. but the voice of their athletes could make a big impact when it
comes to a big hit. >> the influence of being older, an older person that's been to what they've been through is something that i think should give a little bit of credibility from the athletes side. >> and that was sara sampson reporting. also part of the outreach, about 150 youth and high school coaches are getting some fact sheets. that highlights the symptoms and treatments for concussions, should one occur. stay with us. there's much more ahead on 11 news. moo [ woman ] dear chex cereal,
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>> was jesus married? a harvard university professor believes she has proof that it may have been talked about among some early christians. 11 news education reporter tim tooten, who is also a pastor and holds a doctorate in christian education, has more. >> it's a small piece of what one scholar says is a fragment of an ancient document from the fourth century. it's one that might hold the answer to the question, was jesus, the son of god, married. >> but what it's saying is it's the first case we have of christians claiming that jesus had a wife. >> dr. karen king is hoping to
translate the text at a conference in rome. it belongs to an anonymous private collector who contacted king and asked her to analyze it. that alone was enough to generate a conversation on the streets of baltimore. >> i don't know because i haven't seen the document. until i get it, i wouldn't know what to say about the truth of that. >> you're asking the wrong person. that makes me mad when i hear that stuff. you read the bible. it plainly tells you christ did not have a wife. >> i don't have much of an opinion about it, to be honest with you. i don't feel like it's my place to draw a conclusion. >> i have, you know, been studying and a lot of times with all these conspiracies or anything that comes up like that, i tend to just go back to the word and just read the word. >> the harvard professor plans to have a chemical analysis performed on the document. >> we still don't know if jesus was married or not, but we do now know that in the second
century the question was first raised among christians. some were saying jesus was not married therefore christians should be celibate. other christians were able to speak about jesus having a wife. >> christians have long believed that jesus was not married based on scriptures read and talk from the holy bible. tim tooten, wbal tv 11 news. time 5:28. 58 degrees on tv hill. coming up a 25-year-old man is mauled at the bronx zoo by a tiger coming up why police was planning to arrest him. plus washington state investigators are calling it the largest fire event in years. the warning signs for families far outside the fire zone. fall is finally here. it's gonna feel like it over the next couple of days. weather plus coming up. px
we'll feel the effects of it. >> we do. >> high 50s outside right now on tv hill. little chill this morning. we'll take that. that means it will be a little chilly this evening for the ravens game. perfect weather, football weather i should say, which we all enjoy. especially when the ravens win. doppler looks good right now. nothing in the area. just spotty shower res maining from that front that moved through around 7:30 last night that brought us a little bit of rain. overall things look good. they look good for the next several days. that's good news because it's high pressure. right now, 54 degrees. dew point at 55. light winds out of the west/northwest. high pressure is definitely taking over. we'll tell you what that all means as far as your next several days in these first couple days of fall coming up in the weather plus forecast.
>> covering the nation this morning. the pacific northwest son alert this morning after what's being called the largest fire event in years burning well beyond the traditional fire season. there are warnings for a lot of families far outside the fire zone as dangerous clouds of smoke are spreading. >> you can't get there this way because the highway is closed due to the fire. >> as washington state's wild fires continue to burn out of control -- the raging flames are only part of the problem. >> i actually grew up here. i worked here for six years and haven't seen it this bad. >> smoke so thick dozens have been take ton hospitals for treatment. in many area, schools are closed. residents are being asked to stay inside, even wear masks. >> it's in the hazardous range. it is three times worse than any other forest fire we have measured since the 1980s.
>> these nasa photos show all of the fires in the pacific northwest. the smoke spreading so far the murky haze is even visible thousands of miles away over the atlantic ocean. >> good air quality is measured at zero. we start at zero. we start getting into the unhealthy range at 35. we spiked into 900 plus. and sometimes our monitors are knocked out. there's been so much smoke. >> in washington state t two largest fires are forecasted to merge into a blaze bigger than the city of seattle. red flag warnings are being posted as more dry lightning is in the forecast. and even cooler fall nights only mean the smoke becomes trapped in low lying valleys. >> it has been growing during the night time hours. >> a dangerous combination as firefighters battle flame and breathe in the thick smoke. experts say the fires could hepburn each other out. an approaching front may soon
bring a little moist. perhaps a tiny glimmer of hope in what is for now skies thick with smoke. wbal tv 11 news. new york city police say they plan to arrest a man mauled by a tiger at the bronx zoo. police say 25-year-old david vilalobos told investigators he deliberately leapt into the exhibit because he wanted to, quote, be one with the tiger. he is in the hospital this morning. he got his wish because that cat bit him in the back. he all suffered broken bones in the jump from an elevated train that circled the exhibit. >> he made a deliberate effort to get over the fence. it was not by accident. the tiger did nothing wrong in this case at all. the tiger really wanted to do harm to this individual, he certainly would have had the time to do that. >> meanwhile, villalobos has been charged with criminal trespassing. he was issued a ticket with a future court date for his
arraignment. the labor battle between american airlines and its pilots continue. we'll explain what this could mean for its passengers. every day they come for a common goal of bettering themselves. we head for this weekend's honor road a nice fall day in store for us today. could see wind gusts around 20 miles per hour. i'll have your
miles per hour. high pressure is taking control. we did get a little bit of rain yesterday. we're still about an inch below normal out at bwi for the month and for the year. 6.36 inches under. so we could use a little more rain. we'll see what happens before the end of the year. maybe even some snow. who knows? let's not talk about snow. yesterday we talked about the rain last half hour. and, 7:30 to 8:00 is when we really saw the biggest line of showers moving through the baltimore area. just dropped about .004. some spots got a little more, some a little less. once the showers moved out on the back end of that front with the cool weather we are seeing. 56 degrees here this morning on tv hill. current temperatures right now even cooler than that. westminster 52. frederick, they're at 46. hagers town 49 degrees.
on the eastern shore, chestertown at 58. down in ocean city, they'll have a nice day today. right now 64 degrees out on the boardwalk. as far as the rest of the state is concerned, out in the mountains, they'll top out around 59 to 60. we'll be around 73. then southern maryland and ocean city 73 as well. folks down in southern pennsylvania, 66 as well. current weather shows pretty clear conditions over most of the state. all of the cloud cover down in the ocean city area and portions of the eastern shore. that stuff should move out as the day goes on as this front continues to move out of here with the high pressure pushing it with a lot of this cool air that's coming from the parts of canada that we are seeing some really chilly temperatures right now in the dakotas as well as with the wisconsin area. pretty much the entire midwest, as you can see right there. pretty chilly temperatures. 27 right now portions of the
northwest area. so, keep an eye on those cool temperatures as the next couple of days goes on. we'll see lows in the evening. probably in the mid 40s. time to finally bundle up. as far as the ravens game is concerned. they're taking ton patriots this evening around 8:20 is the kickoff time. we should have some pretty good temperatures for football at 50 to 54. keep an eye ton winds out of the northwest at five to ten miles an hour. your seven day looks pretty good. we'll keep the cool temperatures through monday. those are the 40s we were talking about. 47 for a low monday. 49 tuesday. another system make its way through the area on wednesday and thursday but temperatures get mild again into the mid 70s. then by friday and saturday, 72 and 74. tfrjts boys and girls club of hartford county has always been a great place to go after
school. but it's where people are learning to give back. i have awarded them an honor roll against today's game. >> what we teach a lot in our clubs is the notion that service is the price you pay for the space you use. so we try to instill it in our young people. >> these young people make up the boys and girls club at hartford county. every day after school, the walls here echo with activity. a vibrant energetic group of kids ranging in age from 6 to 18 coming together for a common goal of bettering themselves and the community around them. >> each year they come up with different things for things. they range from being green and doing projects that involve the environment, working with shelters, dealing with homelessness. >> just as important as outreach is fostering relationships from
within. an tune for older kids to lead the way for younger members. >> we get a sense that there's something in the world bigger than themselves. we know a lot about teenagers these days being selfish or not really considering people other than themselves. but this really gives them the opportunity to explore other things. >> that exploration has taken them throughout hartford county pitching in at homeless shelters and cleaning up the streets. members also work directly with youngsters at the center, helping with homework and providing guidance. >> if i help them with something, it helps them. i'm so happy. i did something good for them. >> it makes me feel happy because they're learning something new. >> their enthusiasm for helping others isn't going unnoticed. their work owned them a tick tote the ravens/patriots game on sunday. >> i am very excited because i like the ravens.
everybody in my family likes the ravens. >> people are gonna recognize them for the good works that they do. good work doesn't come at the expense of the character but really enhances who they are. >> a well deserved honor for them. so next week the ravens host the browns thursday night at m&t bank staydium with some very special guests in the house. in the studios here, wbal tv 11 news. >> govern or mali shows off the state's new biotech institute of maryland. what this could mean as far as jobs are concerned. >> wal-mart looking to hire 50,000 people for seasonal work. so what's in store for current employees? first last night's winning lottery numbers.
>> where are the best jobs and how can you get them? state and local officials are looking at what's the best way to get people the skills they need to get back to work. david collins has more on what people may be overlooking when it comes to employment. >> governor o'malley turned booster, show casing the biotech institute of maryland, as well pentagoned for success in the state's new economy. the nonprofit provides free, specific training for entry level jobs in the biotech field. >> the state's role is to be the common platform and the catalyst for highlighting where those opportunities are. >> the governor sees this as a
long term sustainability effort for maryland to grow as a hub in the science and technology industries. the tour comes as maryland's unemployment rate creeps up to 7%. on slightly under the national average of 8.1%. the state saw an increase of just 800 jobs in july. baltimore city's unemployment rate is 11.3%. two and three of maryland's neighbors fare better in unemployment. delaware 67.8%, virginia, 5.9%. pennsylvania is higher at 7.9%. the greater baltimore area has shed 36,000 private sector jobs in the last five years. economists say maryland is an expensive state to do business especially with a corporate tax rate of 8.25% and an income tax increase for those making 100 grand or more. >> when people are looking to reduce cost, you're not going to track a lot of dollars. >> the impact of congress failing to agree on a budget may hit harold harder than other
years. it will cut 500 billion from defense spending. the state has been sheltered by federal jobs and contracts. >> there's talk about cuts across the board that would have devastating impacts. it could create another two or three percentage increase in unemployment. >> david collins wbal tv 11 news. ffrjts you're looking for a job, wal-mart is hiring. the company plans to hire 50,000 seasonal employees. the world's largest retailer plans to add workers as it prepares for the holidays. a period leading up to christmas is the busiest time of year for wal-mart. the company will all give current employees the option of working more hours. the number of seasonal workers hired will be slightly higher than last year's total. with the labor battle between american airlines and its pilots heating up, flight delays could continue for passengers. hundreds of flight weres cancelled last week and hundreds for delayed. the airline accuses pilots of calling in sick and filing excessive mechanical complaints. the pilots union said the
problem with aging aircraft and not enough mechanics. the biggest stars in the small screen come together for the emmy awards. what you can expect from tonight's show coming up in the next hour. coming up in sports, a family affair that is tonight's game between the ravens and patriots. plus college football from saturday. saturday. those storie been shopping so smart, cash back with your freedom card getting cash back on what? close shave and haircut fan for the ceiling. you're gonna cool off that hoooounddd! tonight you gotta get your cash back, on new slacks.
>> happy game day to you as we make our way on to game night. primetime sunday night football. ravens and patriots at m&t stadium. this one is also a family affair. trying to keep up with the jones. number 99 last year from syracuse is chandler jones. now he's the first round draft pick of the patriots.
he'll battle against his brother, arthur jones, number 97 for the baltimore ravens. what a great family for this. they also have the middle brother, pretty good mma fighter as well. john bones jones. three brothers, incredible athletes, leaving parents awfully confused later tonight. what's a parent to do? >> i told them do what they've been doing and stick with the ravens but we'll see. gonna stay neutral. hopefully both of us have a great game. >> he's excited. he's been waiting for this for his whole life. that's a long time. even when you're on 25 or whatever he is. it's a great story. it's a great family. >> brotherly bragging rights would be something there. college football saturday. randy edsell on your left, dana holgorsen on the right. here come the terps. diggs. connection to the end zone. maryland on the board 14-7.
24-14. west virginia in the fourth. gino smith. former dunbar pro. 31-14. stills to diggs. might be doing this for a long time. very similar to level one for west virginia. into the end zone he goes. west virginia hangs on for 31-21. navy looking for its first win of the season at home facing vmi. tray miller making sure to thrill a packed house at navy marine corps stadium. look at him go. 40 yards there. his first score of the game. how about this? defense. quincy adams in the secondary. rise and shine. goodness gracious, what a catch. navy gets one in the win column.
41-3 is your final. coming up later this evening right here, ravens countdown. jerry sandusky at 6:30 to get you start for sunday night football. see you then. >> 5:55 and 58 degrees at the airport. >> his battle back to health after getting shot inside his own school is being called a miracle. coming up an update on the perry hall high school shooting victim. >> after a front moves through last night, we'll start feeling the effects of fall today. i'll give you all of the forecast coming up. >> honoring 60 years of service. we'll take you to the ceremony where marcus garvey wood takes center stage. stay with us.
>> it's the kind of week baltimore has longed for over the last decade. beginning sunday charm city is the epi center of sports. that's when the ravens take on the patriots as the featured sunday night game on wbal tv. orioles take over monday with a double header with the blue jays. more baseball tuesday and wednesday and more national exposure with the ravens with a cleveland night game against the browns. the red sox head to town friday. with every game on the line, baltimore and the american league east will no doubt galvanize orioles fans near and far. for the first time in 15 years winning season have bird land a twitter. in addition to a sea of purple at m&t stadium there will be a
flurries. tomorrow night and tuesday night, could see some frost. >> that's just not right. not yet. >> it comes on like that, you know. where did summer go? come back. please. fall's good. we like fall. we just don't like winter. >> i'm with you on that. doppler. clear conditions right now. little cloud cover over the eastern shore around snow hill, ocean city. they're seeing remnants of that front that moved through last night that brought us rain. current conditions at the airport. 53 degrees. and down at the inner harbor, they're topping out at 60. weather plus forecast coming up in just a few minutes. >> big story is a follow-up to a story of a perry hall high school student allegedly shot by another student less than a month ago. >> he is now out of the
hospital. yesterday at a fund-raiser, daniel showed signs that he is on the road to recovery. >> thumbs up from daniel bowery in his first outing since leaving the hospital. the 17-year-old who was the only student hit during a school shooting at perry hall high was cleared by doctors to attend a fund-raiser for his family on the bay saturday. >> everybody el would whine, complain, you know, this, that, everything else. all daniel has done, i just want to be who i was, doing what i was doing. he's done everything he needed to do to get to that point. >> daniel, who has downs syndrome, was shot on the side of his torso. going through rehab to treat his wounds. parents are not sure when he'll return to school. it >>'s nothing short of amazing. they'll tell you.
dr. o'connor at the university of maryland will tell you it's nothing short of amazing what he's going through, what he's done and where he is. there's no way he's supposed to be where he is today. >> dozens of boaters dropped anchor in essex to show support and help the family pay what they expect to be hefty hospital bills. most of the people don't know the bowery family but know how hard it is for a teen to be randomly shot in the lunch room on the first day of school. >> it's heart wrenching. you think about how many people you know who have children in school. could be one of your family members. your very close friends. it just shouldn't happen. >> the support for daniel has been incredible. i could never say the words i need to say to express my thanks for that. >> daniel's parents say they don't talk or even think about the alleged shooter. their on focus is getting their son back to 100% health. in the news room, wbal tv 11
news. >> carol county officials say speed may have been a factor in a deadly crash in eldersburg. it happened yesterday afternoon. the jeep's driver has been identified as leaf border. he was ejected and he died at the hospital. the driver of the honda suffered life threatening injuries. charges are pending the outcome of this investigation. a suspect is on the run after a police officer says he walked in on him shooting another man. it happened friday night around midnight at the 2200 block of jefferson street. we're told shots were exchanged wean the officer and the suspect. after the suspect refused to drop his weapon. the officer wasn't hurt. the shooter escaped in a silver colored car. the victim, a 30-year-old man s in critical condition. race for the white house is now down to the 44 day mark.
next several weeks will be neither easy nor cheap for the two presidential campaigns. that's why president obama and mitt romney are both spending the weekend at fund-raisers picking up the cash they need to get their message out. brian moore has that story. >> at a fund-raiser the president told a story about some parents surprised to learn their 4-year-old knew barack obama from his tv ad. >> they said, so what does barack obama do? sammy, the young boy, thinks for a second. he said, he approves this message. >> and there lab lot more of those messages as the race for the white house heads into the final 45 days. both the president and mitt romney were in fund-raising mode, gathering the cash they'll need for the home stretch. a day after romney released more tax information, the president couldn't help taking a poke. >> i want to keep your taxes low. i can afford to pay a little more. mitt romney can afford to pay a
little more. >> in san diego, romney got in a dig of his own. he increased the number of food stamps by 15 million. that's more than the pop laying of ohio, a randomly selected state. >> ohio is just one of the battlegrounds each candidate will be visiting a lot in the next few weeks. on the ground and over the air. in a lot more of those tv ads. brian moore, wbal tv 11 news. >> early voting is under way in several states across the country. first lady michelle obama said the right to vote must be protected. she told african-american lawmakers and leaders in washington last night that they owe it to those who fought and died for equal rights in the 60s to make sure every voter can freely cast a ballot. her comments at the annual awards banquet for the congressional black caucus come amidst a push in more than a dozen states to pass laws requiring voters to show id at the polls. >> i know that we can carry on
that legacy. i know we can meet our obligation to continue that struggle. i know that we can finish the journey we started and finally fulfill the promise of our democracy for all our children. >> comparing to it the civil rights movement, mrs. obama called voting rights the marches and the sit in for our day. remember, you can always get the latest political news on our website, wbal tv.com. there you'll find the most up to date information for state, local, national elections. just click on politics. a programming note for you. ken almond will be our q&a guest this morning. if you have a question, please send them in or e-mail your questions to sunday questions at wbal tv.com. a celebration saturday for baltimore city church leader with 50 years of service to his community. hundreds of people celebrated reverend marcus garvey wood's 60 years of leading providence baptist church on pennsylvania avenue.
deborah weiner has that story. >> when reverend marcus garvey wood first began preaching at providence baptist church in baltimore, gas cost just 20 cents a gallon. the year was 1952 and wood hasn't left since. >> 60 years. it says something. i think that is to be commended. not only of one man, but all combination. >> at 92, the man who studied in seminary alongside dr. martin luther king jr., who marched, sat in, demonstrated and preached countless sundays, was honored. but he did not want a lot of hoopla. >> i'm happy that i lived this long. and they thought enough of me to make a celebration out of it. >> governor o'malley said reverend wood guided parishioners during some of the most volatile times in the nation's history.
reverend wood has adapted to the times building everything from a solar heated church to an aids ministry. >> has always come up with so many innovative ideas and programs and ministries. i just think he's done a wonderful job during that time. i don't think anybody can beat him. >> reverend wood embraced the day as a humble man who a few years back knew it was time to hand the reigns over to a co-pastor. >> and that's the way it goes. one generation leaves, another generation comes. >> deborah weiner, wbal tv 11 news. >> congratulations to him. >> congratulations. time 6:08. 54 degrees on tv hill and at the airport. straight ahead, news of a recall at trader joe's. why health officials are warning consumers not to eat one of their peanut butter brands. >> what you need to know about the new law to prevent major jerries during serious car crash. >> first at live look outside. we have your insta weather plus
>> and the sun is trying to peek through the clouds there making its way up over the inner harbor. 60 degrees. chilly. 53 degrees. we have a light northwest wind right now at five miles per hour. we did get a little bit of rain last night. folks remember. this is 6:00 last night where we started seeing some of the storms popping up with a front that moved through the area. some cool air behind. rather quick, brushing out of there. currently at this hour a couple spotty showers around ocean city. everything should be okay as the front continues to make its way out. as we said with the rain, we did get a little bit. .004. not much at the airport. some spots got more. some got less.
currently as far as our conditions as rain totals are concerned, we are still about an inch below normal for this month. and for the year, about just roughly under 6.5 inches of rain. that could be made up rather quickly. current conditions as far as temperatures are concerned, 49 degrees at parkton, 46 out in frederick. 59 in annapolis. and 62 in ocean city. they're seeing rain. that will move out. they'll have a pretty nice day down in the ocean. as far as we're concerned. 70 to 73 today under mostly sunny skies. it will be breezy though. gusts of up to 20 miles per hour. hold on to your hats while you're out there today if you're running some errands. you'll have some time. the game is not until this evening at 8:20. over the state right now. pretty clear. just a little bit of cloud cover
associated with that front that's making its way into the atlantic ocean. behind it though, lots of cool air. that's very evident when you take a look at some of the temperatures around the city. you can see that well defined trough there. 28 degrees in fargo, north carolina. that's chilly. that air will make its way here over the next couple of days. we will see temperatures in the 20s. temperatures will be in the 40s. fall is definitely here. good for some. bad for others. you're going to the ravens game, it's going to be perfect football weather. mostly clear, crisp. northwest winds five to ten miles per hour. temperatures 50 to 54 degrees. don't be surprised if this game goes late and you'll see some temperatures in the high 40s. you're gonna want to bring a jacket for the rest of the week. looks pretty good until we reach wednesday or thursday. cool temperatures will stay with us. there's those 40s that i was
talking about. wednesday, thursday, we did get a shot of rain. wednesday and thursday. temperatures remain mild in the mid 70s. things clear up by friday and saturday. >> they can be the difference between life and death in a car accident. we're talking about booster seats. starting next month the law is changing. >> which is why it's important to know if you understand how those safety harnesses really work. >> i'll show you why and then we'll go to a harness. >> joelle is well aware of how important it is that she install her car seat properly. >> now a days the hospital doesn't help install it. i wanted to come out to just get the correct information. >> important on october 1st because some of that information will change. under maryland state law, a child will be required to ride in a booster seat until he or she is 8 years old.
>> that's a minimum thing, the 8 years of age. basically we want children even when they get to that age, they should be in a booster seat. they're not ready to come out of that booster seat until they are of the right size and height so that a seat belt fits them properly as it fits you and i. >> the old law allowed parents to let children graduate once they weighed more than 65 pounds. but just reaching a weight limit's not enough. you can see from this crash test video from the university of michigan f the seat belt fits too high the child is at risk during an accident. >> the booster seat positions them up so that the lap portion comes across their hipbone or upper thigh and the shoulder belt fits them correctly. >> one of the biggest mistakes parents make is letting kids graduate much too soon. >> i would keep my head in a harness until 50 pounds in this and then move them into something like this. experts say as attitudes slowly
change there are ways to make them attractive. >> i got this one. the fact that it's purple really does mean something. >> this is an easy step to protect your child. can't protect them from so many other things. this you can protect them from. >> almost go with the purple booster seat for this chair. it would be kind of fun. >> everybody likes a little pillow. feels good when you're talking. >> customers lynn stall security clues. we'll explain why in our consumer alert. >> up next how you can raise awareness about als in one click. >> it's a big night for stars of the small screen. a preview of tonight's emmy awards a little later in the news cast. stay with us. it's time to change the way we clean.
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>> we begin with a warning from microsoft. install a security tool. this after computer insiders discovered a bug in the internet explorer browser fp security flaw affects the browsers used by hundreds of millions of consumers and could allow hackers to take remote control of an fekted pc. a free security tool to help protect your pc is available at microsoft.com. it's an interim fix until they can release a more secure version of internet explorer. your mailbox may be getting more junk mail soon. the u.s. postal service is working to greatly increase its direct mail advertising. that mean morse so-called junk mail deliverys to millions of mailboxes and more revenue. postal service officials estimate increased mail
marketing could create more than $1 billion in revenue each year. health officials are warning consumers not to eat trader joe's valencia creamy salted peanut butter. it's been linked to salmonella infections that have sickened 29 people in 18 statestock number 97111. you can trurn product to the store for a full refund. time for a look back and a look ahead at the week in wall street. here's the weekend bloomberg business report. >> some of the most recognizable names in business philanthropy and politics will be at the annual clinton global initiative this week. guests include the chief executives of duke energy and wal-mart. barack obama and mitt romney will address the crowd tuesday. the nonpartisan event is aimed at boosting economic development and alleviating poverty and disease. as for stocks major averages
ending the week slightly down. this after the previous week where the s&p reached its highest level since 2007. 15% of social media ratings reviews and facebook may be fake by 2014. gardner said that the federal trade commission will bring litigation against two fortune 500 for such conduct over the next two years. the ftc ruled in 2009 that paying for positive reviews without disclosing that payment is considered defective advertising. this as more consumers listed social networks for recommendations and reviews. are you looking for some extra work to buy those holiday presents. it plans to hire 50,000 workers for the holiday shopping season. current employees will all be offered extra work. wal-mart joins target and kohl's. that's a look at business at the new york stock exchange.
bowl champ oj brigance is celebrating in a big way this month. he's hoping everyone will get involved in the fight again als. ♪ happy birthday >> remember this last year. this year everyone can wish the ravens senior adviser to player development well through an online birthday party as he gets drid to turn 43 at the end of the month. >> my birthday acknowledged by so many people is humbling and thrilling at the same time. i have never liked to be in the limelight, but the opportunity to help others battling als is greater than my person feelings. >> back when he was first diagnosed, you know, the doctors said he may or may not see 43. so we're here to see 43 and we are excited about it. >> so, for the rest of september you can go online to send birthday wishes to oj and make a donation, if you'd like torque the brigance brigade. the brigance brigade raises
awareness and money for als charities. >> they can send birthday wishes. they can say whatever it is they want to say to oj. celebrate with this. >> true celebration for his battle on the field as a member of the super bowl team would turn out to be nothing without his fight against lou gehrig's disease. >> what you see is a person who's battling something. but they come to work every day. sort of givious the reality of, you shouldn't come to work with any discusses. >> coming up on another birthday i just think is awesome. >> oj uses his eyes to type messages, which allows him to communicate from his heart what his smile says with 1,000 words. >> it means so much to have the support of family, friends and the baltimore community. life gets sweeter every day is a blessing. >> really fantastic couple. oj's birthday isn't until the
29th. he still has plenty of time to send him wishing and donations. lisa, you've met them both as well. they are awesome. >> lovely, lovely woman. >> he has a great sense of humor, too. >> he's very funny. >> handsome. >> lovely couple. >> 6:27 and 54 degrees on tv hill. more problems for the man who jumped into a tiger den and was mauled. the legal action he now faces. >> and the battle continues against out of control wild fires in washington state. we'll have the latest as officials evacuate the residents. >> and good news for tonight's ravens game. i'll have your forecast coming up. [ female announcer ] over the years,
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bring a jacket. maybe even 49, 48 by the time the game is over. so that's my advice. >> all nine yards. hot chocolate, coffee. doppler looks perfect. chance of showers until about 10:00. it will get nice with partly cloudy, mostly sunny skies. as far as your day planner goes, clouds and sun at 8:00 this morning. noon warms up. little breezy. 65 degrees. 4:00, we'll top out around 70. those sunny skies will stay through the game. it's going get chilly. i'll have it all in your insta weather plus forecast, coming up. >> covering the nation this morning. the pacific northwest on alert this morning over what's being called the largest wild fire event in years.
burning well beyond the traditional fire season, there are warnings for many families far outside the fire zone. dangerous clouds and smoke are spreading. >> you can't get there this week. the highway is closed due to the fire. >> as washington state's wild fires continue to burn out of control, the flames are only part of the problem. >> i actually grew up here. i worked here for six years and haven't seen it this bad. >> smoke so thick dozens have been take ton hospital for treatment. in many areas schools are closed and residents are being warned to relocate, stay inside, even wear masks. >> it's in the hazardous range. it is three times worse than any other forest fire that we have measured since the 1980s. >> these photos show all of the fires in the pacific northwest. the smoke spreading so far, the murky haze is even visible thousands of miles away over the
leanic ocean. >> good air quality is measured at zero. we start at zero. when you start getting into tun healthy range at 45, we spike into 900 plus. and sometimes our monitors are knocked off. there's been so much smoke. >> in washington state, the two largest fires are forecasted to merge into a blade bigger than the city of seattle. red flag warnings are being posted as more dry lightning is in the forecast. and even cooler fall nights on mean the smoke becomes trapped in low lying valleys. >> the fire's been growing during the night time hours. >> a dangerous combination, as firefighters battle flames and breathe in the thick smoke. but experts say the merging fires could hepburn each other out. and an approaching front may soon bring a little moist, perhaps a tiny glimmer of hope in what is, for now, a sky thick with smoke. kristen dolgren, wbal tv 11
news. new york city police plan to arrest a man mauled by a tiger at the bronx zoo. police say the 25-year-old told investigators that he deliberately leapt into the exhibit because he wanted to, quote, be one with the tiger. he is in the hospital this morning in stable condition after the 400 pound cat bit him in the back. he all suffered broken bones from an elevated train that circles the exhibit. >> he made a deliberate effort to get over the fence. it was not by accident. the tiger did nothing wrong in this case at all. the tiger really wanted to do harm to this individual, he certainly would have had the time to do that. >> villalobos was issued a desk appearance ticket with a future court date for his arraignment. the labor battle between american airlines and its pilots continue. we'll explain what this could mean for passengers. searching for the best deal on a winter get away, why if you
don't act now you could end up paying more. and our first taste of fall this evening. i'll have your insta weather plus forecast after the break. henson, big day -- we're gonna fly to jersey, then mexico, china and france. you're going to travel through so many time zones, you're going to have jet lag for months. now sink your teeth into that big n' toasted if you're ready to soar. good. exits are here, here, and here. a big day calls for the big n' toasted breakfast sandwich, with fried eggs, cherrywood smoked bacon, and cheese, stacked high on texas toast. grab yours at dunkin' donuts. it's a breakfast favorite. start your big day with a big n' toasted breakfast sandwich from dunkin'.
>> and a beautiful sun rise over the inner harbor, where it is 60 right now. 53 at the airport. a light northwest wind five miles per hour. humidity there at 74%. well, yesterday we saw above average temperatures. i think that may be the last time for a little while that we're going see temperatures this high above normal. 84 degrees out at the airport. the average 76. the low, 63. mild as well. the average low 55 degrees.
nowhere near though the record that was set back in 1931 of 99 degrees when they went through a little heat wave there. no heat wave this morning. westminster 48, frederick 46. the airport 53. annapolis 59. ocean city, 62. cooler spot, oakland. 37 degrees. very near freezing. i think they're going to see some frost possible morning frost out in the far western reaches of the state both tomorrow morning and tuesday morning. so keep an eye on that. current weather right now, clear conditions over pretty much the entire state except for the mountains and down on the eastern shore. they'll probably have partly cloudy conditions out in the mountains. but as far as folks in ocean city, they should be pretty good about after 10 or 11 under mostly to partly sunny skies. the big story though, behind this front, that moved through yesterday and brought us those quick round of showers around
7:00 yesterday evening is this cool air that's behind it. it's just a huge trough here that is full of cool air. it's making its wayhis way. we'll feel the effects of that cool air starting this evening for the game. actually, if you think about it, right now, too, we have some spots as we saw up in baltimore county and carol county where they're in the low 50s this morning. here's evidence of that trough. you can see right there. you can see the low temperatures throughout portions of the midwest and northwest, and 27 degrees in fargo, north dakota. your forecast for today looks good. 70 to 73 under mostly sunny skies. watch out for though wind gusts of 20 miles an hour. mostly clear and crisp. northwest winds, five to ten miles per hour. great football weather right there. 50 to 54 degrees. don't be surprised though by the end of the game those temperatures are in the high
40s. so you definitely want to bring a jack tote the game tonight. you know what it's like to sit out there for four hours. then your seven day looks good as well. we hit about wednesday or thursday. cool temperatures stay with us through monday. see those lows. 47, 49 tuesday but things start warming up as we head into tuesday, wednesday and then thursday. again, just keep an eye on those rain chances there wednesday and thursday. things look good as we head into next weekend. temperatures in the mid 70s. now to a sign of the time and change of advice from travel experts about booking this winter's vacation. we get more from michelle franzen. >> emily is already planning her get away this fall. the lifestyle blogger is used to searching for the best deal. but this year, she's noticed change when it comes to hotels. >> what i'm finding universally is that they're really expensive. they're more expensive than i remember being the last few
years. >> she's right. for the first time in five years travellers are paying more on average for their hotel room. globally, prices rose 4% the first half of this year. they were up 5% in north america. signs, experts say, the economy is rebounding from the recession and backed with higher air fare, demand is driving up room rates. >> the first time that meter has moved in years. we can say the economy is getting healthier. that's good news. >> despite higher prices, travel from business to pleasure is up across the board. in new york city, a record 50 million tourists made the big apple their deft nation last year. hotels are still competing for kuft mers and adding extra during the day but gone are experts with bargain rates. the best advice now, don't wait until the last minute. right now you want to book as far in advance as possible. people are booking two to four
months on average. holiday travel, book now. >> new rules emily is starting to realize as she continues her search for the right hotel at the right price. michelle franzen, wbal tv 11 news. >> from hotels to airlines, the battle between american airlines and its pilots heating up. flight delays could continue for passengers. hundreds of flights were cancelled last week and hundreds more delayed. the pilots union said it's a problem of aging aircraft and not enough mechanics. so far this month only 49% of american flights have been on time. that's compared to 79% this time last september. well, the baltimore book festival is about a week away. we'll tell you some of the famous authors coming to town, next. tfrjts heavy hitter in the art world wants to expand art education in baltimore. the kennedy center's plan for the charm city. that's coming up. but first here's a look at last night's winning lottery numbers.
has more on how they're doing it. >> you don't have to be a visionary to see it. this middle school has a thriving arts program. >> you can show lots of things that you can't really say. >> principal nancy sagan has no problem vocalizing. >> it makes a big difference so it's motivation for them. kids are really focused. really committed. they're really responsible. those that played in the band, they have to be responsible for their instruments. >> there are a number of schools across the state with existing partnerships that help students experience art and music despite tight budget. >> they're not systemized. they can be incredibly robust in some schools and other schools go missing. >> in hopes of helping schools har monthize, the kennedy center announced it will be bringing its any given child program to baltimore. >> the idea, do a survey, get a snap shot of arts education.
look where the gaps are. look for a way to provide equity. >> the survey will begin immediately. the idea is to create a plan that pools the resources of the district local arts group at the kennedy center. >> probably 13, 14 school year probably seeing arts being redistributed across the city. >> news that's helping to start the school year on a high note. >> so these partnerships will allow us to take kids to dc, take kids to other places, new york torque see a play or what have you and broaden their horizon. >> that was sara sampson reporting. baltimore has ninth school to be selected for the program. the city did have to apply to be selected. districts have to show they have support from the mayor, the superintendent and a willingness to work with local arts organizations. >> in just about a week hundreds of authors, celebrity chefs and best selling novelists will converge in mount vernon.
time for the baltimore book festival. will already get a special taste of what to expect. the winner of cupcake wars joined city officials to announce mayor expansions for the event. we know it features 200 authors, live music and of course great fear, booed and wine. you can all get some first hand tutorials on how to decorate the perfect cup cake. don't lose sight of the festival status as the mid-atlantic's premiere celebration of the literary arts. >> to have something like this, so vibrant. it's perfect for an early reader. >> this year's book festival will be held september 8th to 30th. as always it is in mount vernon place. good books to look forward to. preview of tonight's emmy awards coming up. >> coming up in sports we'll check in on the orioles. another extra innings win. march towards this incredible playoff possibility.
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guaranteed at least a wild card. they did it again yesterday in extra innings, for the 16th consecutive time, second greatest streak in major league baseball history. and to do it against boston makes it even that much more special. here we go. we pick things up top four. mark reynolds. he had scorched the red sox all season long, particularly at fenway. over the monster it goes. 3-1 orioles. danny valencia bringing the sox back. two run shot off randy wolf there. knots the game up three apiece. ryan flaherty gets a nod. pitch in the ninth inning. flaherty playing second. doing great with the bat. two run triple there put the orioles up 5-3. however this one did go to extras. in the 12th, jim thome. why not? first game back since july 27th.
rbi double proved to be the game winning run. ended up scoring three in the frame. with jim johnson on the close, no doubt about it. the big hook to end it. his 47th save of the season. 9-6 your final. orioles buckled up. >> probably one of those thing whens you get away from it in off season you step back and go, really? but it's about winning baseball games. >> that will be fun to look at come off season and really think about what we are witnessing in 2012. oakland and new york in extra innings as well. raul ibanez could have won the game if he wasn't out. as you see, he was. great job from the catcher to hang on. we go to the 13th inning. such a crucial series for the orioles. trying to catch yankees in the al east. trying to hold off oakland in the wild card. johnny gomes two-run shot part of a four-run inning.
9-5 oakland. unbelievably back come new york. ibanez two-run shot after it was 9-7. ties the game 9 apiece. bottom 14 we go. nunez, shot to first. brandon moss. on an error. indig nant way to end this thing. yankees escape, their seventh straight victory. so new york remains one game ahead of the orioles in the american league east. 11 games yet to play. orioles finish up their series in boston. first pitch 1:10 from fenway. ravens sunday night football. get you set for the game between the ravens and patriots at 6:30. we'll see you then. television honors its best from the past year tonight. the emmy awards will be handed out in los angeles. several winning streaks will be on the line. 11 news reporter mark barger has a preview. >> the big drama is whether
madmen will be best drama again. it's won four straight times. no drama has ever won five. >> feels like we're still living in the madmen era. >> but some think an upset could come from a popular british drama. >> if you charge so mup more for the ticket. it >>'s love bid older voters. homeland has a lot of buzz around it. if anything, i think those might all cancel each other out. >> even if madmen does win, critics expect john hamm to once again miss out as best actor. brian cranston is among those standing in the way. he's won three previous times. >> i think this is the brian bran ston category. as long as he wants it. >> i interrogated him for months. >> claire danes is heavily favored to win best actress, beating out the likes of glenn close for her role as a troubled cia agent. >> she's a hero, but she's also
schizophrenic. it's hard to know if you should support her or tell her to get help. >> when it comes to laughs, modern family is expected to make it three straight wins as best comedy. >> there's just a sense that people really love the show an love the characters. >> emmy love could come lou wi's bay. he's got writing and directing nominations for louie. >> why am i trying to impress you? >> i think there's a sense that just the sheer undertaking that he puts into the show may have finally earned him the award this year. >> best actress field is crowded with past winners. one of them is favored by many to win again. julia louis dryfuss. >> the role is written for her. it shows off her talent. >> honoring tv's top talent is the name of the game on emmy night. mark barger, wbal tv 11 news. >> time 6:55 and 54 degrees. here's a look ahead to our next
hour. venlt getting a flu shot is one way to boost your immune system. we'll take a look at some natural supplements that could protect your immune system. don't miss out when it comes to supporting the home town team. purple friday, dress for professionals. also a health county officer will be here to talkbout his new book called "tapping into the wire." more news, weather and sports when 11 news sunday morning continues.
>> it's the kind of week baltimore has longed for over the last decade. beginning sunday charm city is the epi center of sports. that's when the ravens take on the patriots on national television as the featured sunday night game right here on wbal tv. the orioles take over on monday, with a double-header against the toronto blue jays. more baseball tuesday and wednesday, and then more national exposure for the ravens with a surge in that game against the cleveland browns right here on wbal tv 11. the red sox had the talent friday. with every game on the line, baltimore and the american league east rays will no doubt galvanize orioles fans near and far. for the first time in 15 years a winning season and playoff hopes have bird land atwitter. in addition to a sea of purple, there will be a sea of orange at camden yards. regardless of what happens this week, the winning record has made our community proud. for more on next week's schedule and the passion that is baltimore football and baseball,
so many cool things to see over there. you can never have too much purple. ever. >> that's what they say. speaking of purple, the game tonight, perfect weather for football. we're going to be in the low 50s. bring a jacket and watch the game. or, like i do, watch it from the comfort of your own couch at room temperature. >> in pajamas, ready for bed. >> come on. perfect conditions. very quickly at the airport. chilling down out there. they started at 56. now down to 51. the dew points are pretty low. dryer air out there. 45 for the dew point temperature. i'll have your forecast including your ravens game forecast coming up in just a couple of minutes. our big story this morning is a follow-up to the story of the perry hall high school student allegedly shot by another student inside the school less than a month ago.
>> daniel bowery is out of the hospital. daniel showed signs he's on the road of recovery. we have more. >> a thumbs up from daniel bowery in his first outing since leaving the hospital. the 17-year-old, who was the only student hit during a school shooting at perry hall high last month, was cleared by doctors to attend a fund-raiser for his family on the bay saturday. >> anybody else would whine and complain and why me and this, that, everything el. all daniel's done, i just want to be who i was doing what i was doing. he's done everything he needed to do to get to that point. >> daniel was shot on the side of his torso. he's going through home-based rehab to treat his wounds twice a day. his parents are not sure when he'll return to school. >> it's up to the doctors. it's nothing short of amazing.
dr. o'connor at um, university of maryland, he'll tell you it's nothing short of amazing what he's going through, what he's done and where he is. there's no way he's supposed to be where he is today. >> dozens of boater dropped anchor in essex to show their support and help the family pay what they expect to be hefty hospital bills. most of the people don't know the bowerys but they know how terrible it is for a teen to be randomly shot on the first date of school. >> it's heart wrenching. you think about how many people you know that have children in school. could have been one of your family members. your very first friends. i mean, it just shouldn't happen. >> the support for daniel has been incredible. i could never say the words i need to say to express my thanks for that. >> daniel's parents said they don't talk or even think about the alleged shooter, but only focus is getting their son back to 100% health. in the news room, wbal tv 11
news. officials say speed may have been a factor in a deadly car crash in eldersburg. it happened saturday afternoon around 1:15. the car on piney rich park way drove and hit a jeep. the jeep's driver was ejected. he died at the hospital. the driver of the honda suffered nonlife threatening injuries. police say charges are pending the outcome of the investigations. a baltimore suspect is on the run after police say he walked in on him shooting another man. happened friday night around midnight in the 2200 block of jefferson street. we're told shots were exchanged between the officer and suspect after the suspect refused to drop his gun. the officer wasn't hurt. the shooter escaped in a silver colored car. the victim a 30-year-old man s in critical condition. the race for the white house is now down to the 44 day mark. the next several weeks will be
neither easy nor cheap for the two presidential campaigns. that's what president obama and mitt romney are spending the weekend at fund-raisers. they're picking upcash they need to get the message out. brian moore has the story. >> at a fund-raiser, the president told a story about parents surprised to learn their 4-year-old knew barack obama from his tv ads. >> said, so what does barack obama do? and sammy, the young boy, he thinks for a second. he says, he approves this message. >> and there will be a lot more of those messages as the race for the white house heads into the final 45 days. both the president and mitt romney were in fund-raising mode. gathering the cash they'll need for the home stretch. a day after romney released more tack information, the president couldn't help taking a poke. >> i want to keep your taxes low. but i can afford to pay a little more. mitt romney can sure afford to pay a little more.
>> in san diego, romney got in dig of his own. >> he's increased the number of food stamps by 15 million. that's more than the population of ohio, a randomly selected state. >> ohio is just one of the battlegrounds each candidate will be visiting a lot in the next few weeks ton ground and over the air. brian moore, wbal tv 11 news. >> michelle obama told leaders in washington that they owe it to those who fought for equal rights so every player can be freely taxed a ballot. there is a push in more than a donz states to pass laws requiring voters to show id at the polls.
>> i know that we can carry on that legacy. i know that we can meet our obligations to continue that struggle. i know that we can finish the journey we started and finally fulfill the promise of our democracy for all our children. >> comparing to it the civil rights movement, mrs. obama called voting rights the march of our time. remember, you can get the latest political news on wbal tv.com. there you will find the most up to date information for state, local and national elections. just click on politics. our county executive will be our q&a guest later this morning. if you have a question for the county executive you can send it in. e-mail your questions to sunday questions at wbal tv.com. a celebration saturday for a baltimore city church leader with 60 years of service to his community. hundreds of people including governor o'malley celebrated reverend marcus garvey wood's 60 years of leading the providence baptist church on pennsylvania avenue. deborah weiner has that story.
>> when reverend marcus garvey wood first began preaching at providence baptist church in baltimore, gas cost just 20 cents a gallon. the year wu 1952 and wood hasn't left since. >> 60 years is something. and i think it is to be commended. not only of one man, but also the congregation. >> at 92 the man who studied in seminary alongside dr. martin luther king jr., who marched, sat in, demonstrated and preached countless sundays, was honored. but he did not want a lot of hoopla. >> i'm happy. i'm happy that i lived this long. and they thought enough of me to make a celebration out of it. >> governor o'malley said reverend wood guided parishioners during some of the most volatile times in the nation's history. >> his presence has blessed us all. >> reverend wood has adapted to
the times building everything from a solar heated church to an aids ministry. >> he has all come up with so many innovative ideas and programs and ministries. and i just think he's done a wonderful job during that time. i don't think anybody can beat him. >> reverend wood embraced the day as a humble man who a few years back knew it was time to hand the reigns over to a co-pastor. >> that's the way it goes. one generation leaves another generation comes. >> wbal tv 11 news. 7:09, 54 degrees at the airport. the peak of the flu season may still be a way off. but a new frenzy for this year's flu shot already started. details ahead in medical alert. as the ravens get ready to take on the patriots, we'll show you how to show your purple pride in style. right now a live picture on sky cam on the first full day of fall. lowell is up next with your
>> here's a look at ocean city from the grand hotel and spa wrshg they have overcast conditions. we'll call it mostly cloudy. they have a chance for showers within the next couple of hours. they are at 62 degrees. chilly though out at the airport. 51 degrees. barometer 30.09. the winds are calm. speaking of overcast and rain, we saw a little bit of rain last night around the 7:00 as a front moves through. behind it, some cooler air. there are those spotty showers that they were dealing with in ocean city. they should have, overall, a sunny day today as well. speaking of rain, they got about a quarter -- excuse me. .004 of rain. wish they got a quarter inch of rain. it would help the drought conditions. monthly below normal rate of about an inch of rain and for the month we're just under 6.5
inches. so we still need the precipitation and rain. by the end of the year we could get it. especially if we got a couple snowfalls. we'll talk about that. 48 westminster. 48 frederick. 55 chestertown. 60 down in ocean city. downtown baltimore, 58 degrees. your weather today though looks good if you got any outdoor activities. game's not until tonight. mostly sunny, breezy. wind gusts about 20 miles an hour. just keep an eye on that. our current weather shows clear conditions pretty much over the entire state except for the mountains there and down around ocean city. those conditions are clear as the afternoon moves on because of high pressure behind this front and very cool air. you can really see the definition of the trough here as you look through the greater portions of the midwest. fargo north carolina. i keep highlighting them. 27 degrees.
couple of snow flurries. snow in parts of minnesota and wisconsin. so, they're dealing with it already and it's not even october. quickly your ravens forecast looks good. 50 to 54. going to want to bring a jacket. mostly clear and crisp. don't be surprised if you see temperatures drop into the high 40s by the end of the game. your seven day looks good. those cool temperatures stay with us monday and tuesday for lows 49 and 47 respectively. and then we head into wednesday and thursday for chances of rain. probably better chance wednesday and thursday. we keep temperatures in the mid 70s through saturday. coming up next, a medical alert. ways to boost your immune system so you can prevent getting the flu this year. >> are you ready for new england? you will be after we show you what's out there for purple pride in the game day wear
>> time is 7:15. in this morning's medical alert, flu shots are being offered all over the place. but do you need one? the herbal pharmacist, retired pharmacist is here to tell us some alternatives to that flu shot. >> great to be here. >> what's wrong with the flu shot? >> the flu shot is only effective against certain strains of the flu virus. maybe two, three. that's it. it's sort of a crapshoot as to whether the flu shot will keep you from getting the flu that you're exposed to. there's hundreds of different types of flu viruss out there. and so you may get a flu shot
and yet not be covered for the virus you end up coming in contact with. it's not a guarantee you're not gonna get the flu this year. there's side effects. there's a quadruple strength flu shot that just came out. they're finding that it has some long term side effects to it. so i'd rather have people go natural. take care of your body. take rest, eat right and then there's some dietary supplements that i recommend. this is my own personal staff. i travel a lot. you never know what the person on the aircraft has. these are things that i use to keep my immune system functioning. first thing ahcc. you can go by your local health food store and ask for it. it is a medicinal mushroom that helps keep your system ready and armed so that when you are exposed to either bacteria or virus, it will work. i recommend people drink three to five cups of green tea a day. you can go to your health food
store and buy a capsule. it is high in ecgc that helps support your immune system. it's something that i recommend for people who have cancer. very excellent for your immune system. last, we should all take a probiotic. about 60% of your immune function orange nates in your digestive track. it helps support your immune system from the inside out. >> can't i just have yogurt? >> if you're getting the old fashion kind of yogurt that was made of the bacteria, yes, that's great. fit's the newer ones where they audit in at the end, no, they don't really work. >> now, the flu shot, if that super flu shot, is that the one that's being offered now? >> they're offering that to the more debilitated people. people in nursing home ors have an immune challenge already. they're getting the quadruple strength. the fda allowed 50 to 60 million doses to be made for this year. >> you don't have any vitamin c. then we just heard omega threes
don't do anything. >> you have to look at the studies fp probiotic has 1,000 grams of vitamin c. it is for the short term if you've gotten exposed, that fires up your immune system. what i recommend is you take care of your immune system on a daily basis so when you do get exposed you're ready to react. >> do you get sick at all? >> no, not at all. i can't remember the last time i was down with anything. knock on wood. so, yeah. i just take the capsules, drink my green tea regularly and take a probiotic before i go to bed. bulletproof. >> thank you for coming in. don't go away. when we come back, get geared up with fashionable ravens apparel. first a look at what's going on around town.
tfrjts last time the two teams met it ended the ravens hopes for the super bowl. we talked with fans about the past and a look ahead about the future. >> go orioles, go ravens. >> teresa loves her sports teams. >> i'm ready to celebrate both birds. >> when it comes to football, die hards still have a tough time with this one. here it is. that 32 yard missed field goal attempt in the last seconds of the game that gave ravens fans
what many consider the most devastating loss in team history. >> broke my heart. broke my heart. >> devastating. devastating. it should have never happened that way. and hopefully this today will beat them. that's what i'm after, today we beat them. >> that was rough. my husband had a hard time that day. >> that was so disappointing. condiff was like a four letter word as far as i was concerned. >> pamela brown felt it in her gut that day. purple is in her blood. she was in tampa bay to cheer the ravens on to win to super bowl. she loves the ravens but still isn't over that championship loss. >> i know how long it's been. >> now the ravens face the patriots at home. certainly not everyone is looking at this game as a rematch. they're not holding on to the past. instead they say it's full steam ahead. i think it's a whole new game we need to win. >> can't keep looking into the
past. past is not gonna change anything. got to look towards the future, what you're gonna do now. >> feeling positive. we have ray lewis. feeling real positive. we're going to really cream them. we are. we're gonna cream them. i don't care about this squealers, i don't care about the dead skins. all about baltimore baby. caw, caw, caw! >> you know it. go ravens. >> love pamela. love her. ravens fans have their game day clothes. we all know how stressful purple fridays can be. luckily you're here to help us. she is our shopping guru with some ideas. asking me how much purple that i have to buy. we have purple fridays and sundays for game days. we all have to stock up on purple. luckily they're in stores. >> luckily they are in stores. >> i am the guru, which stands for get ultimate retail updates that you'll find on my blog.
i brought along some fun, chic professional ways that you can do on purple fridays. >> i went shopping for you. >> this is from the limited. classic silhouette. it's a staple in the wardrobe. it's a bold necklace. you can drop this look up or down, wear it differently every time. for the guys we hit men's warehouse. we'll find plenty of purple. we've added more visual interest. subtle purple undertones. >> they look like a happy couple. >> jewelry. you cannot have enough. >> you cannot have enough purple jewelry. this is from cache. >> talking about my dress. >> continues to be hot. this necklace is purple and clear. if you flip this over f we can get a look, wear an all gold look as well. >> that gives you lots of
options. these accessories are here. >> like a crisp color. really beautiful. >> so many different shades. >> it's fun. >> don't be afraid to try a different one. as long as you're in purple, you're good. this is the amethyst embossed clutch and shoes. >> you said there's a matching dress. >> it's a great place to stop. >> purple bag. >> purple bag. moving on to tiffany from the leather collection. note the twist top on this bag. it is gorgeous. this is the sloan top handle bag. this is a reversible tote. the inside is a light walnut. jennifer aniston actually has this bag in another hue according to the company. >> she's getting on board with purple. >> if you're going to get one purple item, get this scarf. it's a go to item. if you ever forget it's purple friday, we'll know you forgot.
>> i love this. too cute. >> you don't have to just wear your purple spirit. we have the purple coffee pot from macy's. and this is a cast iron french wide oven. makes fall soups. yum. >> that's right. get your game day chili in that little pot there. i love it. >> thanks for having me. >> thank you very much. i'm gonna have to give it to you. thanks for let meg borrow it. time 7:29. on the first full day of fall. we have much more news coming up next. stay with us.
>> welcome back to 11 news on wbal. >> fall is officially here. getting ready for the ravens game. we could have temperatures in the low 50s. maybe even high 40s before the game is over. taking a quick look at hd doppler. nothing to speak of which is good news for a nice fall day. high pressure in control. just dealing with rain that moved through the ocean city area. they're now under partly cloudy skies and will shape up to a partly sunny day.
it was 56 when we started. it's now down to 51. then down at the inner harbor they are dealing with temperatures in the high 50s as well. your complete insta weather plus forecast including your ravens game forecast coming up in just a couple of minutes. >> time for a look at what's coming up on "meet the press." david gregory joins us from washington with a preview. >> good morning. >> what are the latest polls saying about the last 44 days of this race? >> well, it says that nationally it's tight. that's good news for governor romney because, yes, there was a bump for the president coming out of the convention that he had but not enough to get romney out of the race. what's more troublesome is what's going on in some of the swing states. so ohio, iowa, virginia to name just a few. that's where the race is widening. the president has an advantage of at least five points. that's something that's giving boston some real headaches now. >> i want to ask you about mrs. obama.
i know we don't elect a spouse, however, she's been out on the campaign trail and has gotten some rave reviews. what kind of impact is she having for her husband. >> both have a tremendous impact. they can talk most directly to each other. they can say things that their husbands can not necessarily say for themselves. by the same token they can reflect frustration that's going on within campaigns. you saw that with ann romney this week telling conservative critics to, quote, stop it and this is hard and why don't you try getting into the ring. it reflects some of the humanity on the campaign and all some of the frustration the romney is going through. >> even the president is running but he still has to be the president. so, what effect is that having? >> well, we saw that over the course of the last week. we've seen some of the president's approval numbers on foreign policy are tightening up after more turmoil in the middle
east. these are on going difficulty force the president as you look at afghanistan, troubles there, iraq. and what's happening in the sprint. there's a great deal to manage. you do see the romney campaign trying to do more to drive some real differences between how he and president obama would handle foreign policy. i don't think foreign policy will become decisive at the end of the day, but it will become something that comes up frequently. >> already, david. city of foreign policy, going gang style on the today show. i was impressed. >> there's all time to dance to rap when there's an opportunity. >> all right. thanks, dave. don't forget, you can watch meet the press right here on wbal tv at 9. >> i missed it. i can't believe i missed it. if you can't go online, you can google it. the today show crew dancing. >> he's really tall.
so, you get set to move. still ahead, the fcc joins us. plus a new book that takes a look at pub lib health and other topics. you can get that video on wbal tv.com. they have all the different breakdowns. >> thank you. >> he was pretty good. he was pretty good. yes. and he has the moves. we'll have the moves heading into your forecast. how's that for a segue? beautiful fall weather on the way. i'll have it for you after t
58 degrees there. 51 at the airport. so a chilly start. calm winds. the barometer showing high pressure at 30.09 inches. as far as temperatures are concerned, for yesterday, we are not gonna see temperatures like this i think for quite a while, unfortunately. fall's here. cooler temperatures are now in control. but we were 84 yesterday, which was well above normal for our high temperature and our low at 63 is well above our low temperature. nothing near what they saw fwhak 1971 of 99 degrees. current temperatures 49 in parkton, 55 edgewood, 53 in elkton. further along on the eastern show. 60 in ocean city. and the coolest temperatures right now. take a look for yourself. 37 in oakland, where they are going to see most likely some morning frost over the next
couple of days. and it's hard to believe that we're talking about frost, when we were just enjoying 80 degrees yesterday. current weather now, clear skies over a major portion of the state. except for the cloud cover down in ocean city and the clouds that we're seeing in the far out west. they're also dealing with fog this morning which should lift in the next several hours. all due to this front. finally moved out of the way last evening and brought a couple of spotty showers to the greater baltimore area. couple of -- about a quarter inch of rain. at the airport they had about 004 of rain. another big story associated with this front is the cool air shooting down from canada. this is bringing some very chilly temperatures to a majority of the middle portion of the country. you can see a well defined trough here that pretty much divides the middle portion of the country.
fargo, north carolina. 26. they were 27 last half hour. now they drop down to 26. hard to believe we're talking about 20. your forecast today. looks good. 70 to 73. we'll concentrate on the good news. breezy. keep an eye on the gusts out there. 20 miles per hour which we were expecting. for the ravens game. great football weather. mostly clear and crisp. northwest winds five to ten miles per hour. 50 to 54. don't be surprised if you see a couple high 40s by the time the game is over. cool temperatures stay with us at least through monday and tuesday. you're on going to get to 69 tomorrow. our next chance of rain comes wednesday into thursday. a 40%, 30% chance. if you look at temperatures, things look pretty good. we'll stay in the mid 70s. >> thank you. howard county health office dr. peter vilas joins me to talk about his new book "tapping into the wire" the real urban crisis.
thanks for coming in. >> thanks for having me. >> you teach a course on the wire at hopkins. i guess that's how this all started? >> right. uses the wire as sort of a lens on major urban issues. not just health issues. crime. juvenile violence. housing. education. etc. so i realize not only would that be an interesting class but could be an interesting book. >> so what are some of the things that when you're talking with your students, that they are particularly surprise bid or intrigued by? >> a couple of things. one is they think this is all -- many of the students come from outside baltimore, almost all of them do, so they come to baltimore and they're mostly freshmen in the class thinking, this is what baltimore is. so one of the things, disspell the notion that baltimore is only the wire. it shows parts of baltimore that is real. second thing is, the biggest issue for them is, realizing that these kids that are some on the wire and some other folks,
there's a whole bunch of reasons they end up the way they do. there's not one single reason. and they can't just pull themselves up by their boot straps as many people will say. there's a whole range of things that has to be done to improve the situation of these kids in the city. >> what are some of those things? >> i think there's a four legged stool, if there can be such a thing. access to health care and healthy foods. two, adequate and decent housing. three, good public schools. four, most importantly minimum wage jobs for the parents. if you have all four parts of the four legged stool you'll be more likely to have a successful community. >> it's interesting you didn't say they need to have a stable two parent house hold. that's just not realistic. >> it's not realistic. if you have decent wage jobs available and dean decent education you'll have a much more successful life for your
kids and for your family. >> do you see baltimore. you've been here for many, many years. do you see baltimore addressing those issues? >> to some extent. some things are better. the education system is modestly better. health care access is not particularly better. housing is not gotten too much better. we'll be focusing too much on getting minimum wage jobs in the community. i know the grand prix was a big deal. instead of spending money on a grand prix and for three days worth of money losing proposition, we should be spending those resources on developing businesses to come into the neighborhoods that are severely hit to provide minimum wage jobs for people there. >> we've seen a number of issues involving guns in baltimore county. what do you look at in terms of mentality surrounding guns. what do you see that needs to be
changed there? >> i see, this is my personal opinion. my kids go to public school where we have not had gun problems. knock on wood. i feel that for hunting, people that want to hunt, fine. rifles are fine. but for people living in the city, i think there's no tron have assault weapons. semiautomatic weapons. i'm very much more gun control. i know that will be controversial for some. i think there's just -- the access to guns is so immense in this country, with 300 million guns. as many guns as people have. there's no other country in the world that has the kind of gun violence that i do. the fear that people kill people, guns don't kill people. it makes it much easier to kill people with guns than with fist ors with knives. so the vast majority of guns out there really makes it more dangerous for folks, i think. >> i'm sure it's something you talk about. >> interesting. thank you so much for coming.
who might be the most fabulous kitten ever. >> everybody always says that. >> she is. she's laid back. she's been here for probably half an hour just laying here giving kisses and playing. actually had to take her toys out of her box because she was just playing by herself in her box. she would make an awesome pet. >> we'll have information on how they can adopt her. speaking of pets you want to talk about scratching. >> one of the biggest complaints from people is that cats scratch. they scratch their furniture. there's a lot of things out there they can do. get yourself a good scratching post. one of the biggest important things to think about when you're placing your post is where it's scratching. it's scratching on the couch, you don't want to put the post in a different room. i recommend getting a standing post. the cat will play in it, will rub in it. you can put cat nip in it to entice the cat to go to it. >> i was going to say, does that
get them to learn to go to the post. >> yeah. they really enjoy it. there's scratching posts like this where it has a toy built in where the cat can play. but all scratch their nails. and if you know there's certain spots you can put foil down for example on the couch so when the cat jumps up it will get scared from that and not go to scratch that area. there's also double-sided tape. lastly, my fafb faefsh -- favorites is kitty caps. >> you slide those right on there? >> absolutely. it's really a fun thing to be able to do. plus, your cat won't be able to scratch any more. >> plus they have the ravens purple. what was her name? >> this is courtney. >> if you'd like to adopt courtney or any of the other fabulous animalious can contact the american spca.
♪ time for sunday brunch. joining us this morning chef rudy from maryland live casino. good morning. >> good morning. thank you for having me. >> thank you for being here. what are you makeing? >> something simple. we wanted sunday brunch to be something that could be done. we didn't want to pull out one of those fancy chef tricks. this is three ingredients. this is fresh atlantic salmon, shitake mushrooms, cilantro. we're on going to add two other items other than salt and pepper. sesame ole and soy sauce. very simple. i have made a steamer, which you can see is very technical here. a pan, a kid, a piece of foil with some water in it. that's literally going to be my steamer.
something you can do at home. you don't need a fancy piece of equipment to do this. >> i never thought of doing that. >> so we can do that. actually -- >> salt and pepper. >> little salt. i already heated the bottom. i already cheated. little pepper. >> this key with sam season don't overcook it. >> and also buy fresh. if you can smell fish or seafood when you go into your market, maybe you want to go somewhere el. it shouldn't smell like seafood. >> what about the frozen pieces that you could get? >> nothing wrong with frozen fish. again, it is generally frozen at sea. it's handled very professionally, very well. we're gonna slide this sesame oil over. the real secret to this entire dish is that the sesame oil will be smoking hot. literally that's going to cook the remainder of the vegetables that we have. we're going to steam this piece of fish until it's done. we're going to plate it here.
drizzle some soy sauce over the top. >> okay. >> we're gonna top it with shitakes here, some of the cilantro here. we're gonna take a laidle and literally sear the mushrooms and cilantro with -- >> do it. >> it's going fast. see. this on takes a minute. this is something you can do when you get home. you probably don't have that much time to cook. i have a dad to cook for me, god bless him. >> can he took for me too? >> any time you want. >> you guys are in charge of all the restaurants. >> i have the pleasure of being in charge of the entire operation, having an oversight role as the executive chef. i get to put my fingers in all the pies. >> while you make the switch there, if you want a copy of today's recipe log on to our website wbal.com. click on food. or wbal tv.
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